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Carnegie Mellon's Information Security Office has an opening for an entry level security engineer for incident response and forensic analysis duties. If you or someone you know fits the description below, please apply or encourage them to apply. Please feel free to forward this information to interested colleagues. Information Security Engineer - Carnegie Mellon University - Information Security Office Location: Pittsburgh, PA Job Number: 8908 Description This position provides incident response and handling for computing network security and abuse events at Carnegie Mellon. This involves executing incident response procedures and other Information Security Office processes, vulnerability and intrusion monitoring and response, responding to related trouble tickets, analyzing compromised computer systems, assisting campus IT personnel technically and procedurally with incident handling and E-Discovery requests, working with other groups in the division to assist in securing infrastructure as needed, providing documentation and announcements for security and abuse issues, and for current threats, and working with University Counsel to obtain forensic evidence for legal cases and subpoena compliance. This position is also responsible for maintaining documentation on all incidents and incident handling procedures. More Details & Apply Ted Pham Security Engineering & Operations Manager Information Security Office Carnegie Mellon University


The University of Vermont is recruiting for the new position of Information Security Engineer.  If you or someone you know might be interested, there is more information at:  

Best regards, 
Dean Williams, GSLC     
Information Security Officer                             
Enterprise Technology Services      
University of Vermont


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